John Clayton gives injury updates on all 32 teams, including the Redskins, who it looks like will be without Clinton Portis.
The Eagles' signing of Tim Tebow seems to be more about Chip Kelly taking on a challenge than about the team's quarterback situation, Phil Sheridan writes.
After betting big on Tim Tebow New York Jets merchandise and ending up with a surplus of unwanted apparel, Modell's Sporting Goods won't be ordering many of Tebow's Philadelphia Eagles jerseys.
Texas Rangers GM Jon Daniels says he believes Russell Wilson's drive would allow him to become a major leaguer, but he has no plans to interfere with the Seahawks quarterback's NFL career.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis has restructured the final year of his contract, according to a league source.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to a one-year deal with former Oakland Raiders center Stefen Wisniewski, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who was released from a rehab treatment facility last week, apologized Friday to the Browns organization and fans for letting them down.
Nike has likely assured itself of the top overall pick in the NFL draft, adding Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Melvin Gordon and Amari Cooper to its stable of endorsers.
Fullback Bruce Miller will not attend the San Francisco 49ers' voluntary workouts as he deals with his arrest on suspicion of spousal abuse.
NFL Insider Adam Caplan and Damien Woody explain why it is not likely that the Vikings will trade RB Adrian Peterson and discuss Peterson's options heading into Minnesota's offseason activities.
John Clayton's mailbag: The NFL better figure out how to turn college spread quarterbacks into successful pros. Plus: Rex 2.0, the 49ers' chances and more.
May the force be with the defending Super Bowl champs.
Former college basketball player Sarah Thomas isn't afraid of the spotlight that comes with being the NFL's first female official, writes Ashley Fox.
Before Jeter's "The Players' Tribune," Easley ran his own magazine.
The NFL's announcement that Adrian Peterson was being reinstated removed the final procedural barrier standing between the Vikings and their star running back. But the emotional barricades remain, Ben Goessling writes.
It won't impact the '15 schedule, which will be released soon, but a mathematical formula aimed at eliminating scheduling inequities has piqued the NFL's interest.
Monitor trades and free-agent signings during the 2015 offseason on ESPN.com.
Aaron Hernandez's prosecutors were relentless in their gathering and presentation of evidence, painstaking in their attention to every detail, and persuasive in their use of video and forensics.
The 2015 dates for organized team activities and minicamps have been announced. These dates are tentative and subject to change.